‘Going down without a fight’ - City fans angry after fifth loss since the restart
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Norwich City supporters may be unable to watch their team in person, but they are still voicing their opinions on social media - with the majority feeling angry after the Canaries 1-0 defeat to Brighton & Hove Albion.
Leandro Trossard’s goal separated the sides - with Aaron Mooy’s cross being converted by the Belgian after Timm Klose’s individual error.
Daniel Farke opted to leave top-scorers Teemu Pukki and Todd Cantwell on the bench as the Canaries boss shuffled his pack in search of a remedy to the lack of goals.
City have only scored two goals in open play since the turn of the year - with their last league goal arriving in the 1-0 victory against Leicester City in February.
The defeat means that relegation could be confirmed as early as next Saturday - which would mean City become the most relegated side in Premier League history.
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